I got a new harddrive, installed everything new, new system (macos 10.8.2), all adobe software (CS5/5.5.) and golive 9, because I still have projects created with this software. (For new projects I use dreamweaver, also when I am yet not so happy with it). After installing, I couldn't registrate the software (and I wasn't asked for the license key).
The message says, that no connection could be established to Adobe. So I choose "later". Afer some days, the software did not work any more. It did not start up because of licensing problems. I made a new installation, change the rights of the flexnet-Folder (found this tip in the internet). Then it started, I can use it in the moment, but still, registration is not possible, this time I choose not to register the software. What can I do to have the possibility to work some more time with the software.
I would also be very interrested by an answer on this question...
I have an official version of Golive 8 that I can't use anymore with Mountain Lion.
So I reinstalled a version of Snow Leopard on a new partition but coudn't open my old Golive anymore (library error)
I tried to reinstal Golive on the same partition as Snow Leopard.
The installation was OK but the online confirmation doen't work anymore and when I called Adobe they told me that the activation servers are closed... ans they can't give me an activation code anymore !
Is there a way to bypass this and to activate my version of Golive ?
I suppose there shoud be a "registration file" somewhere on my old system (now Mountain Lion) can this be used on my fresh installed Snow Leopard ? An if yes, how ?
Susanne: I am unsure about your issue, because you should not be caught up in the CS2 issue mentioned below, but you may; as far as I remember, GoLive 9 was a standalone application, all by itself outside the CS series. I have alerted Adobe staff about it, so I hope someone can give you an answer soon.
Daniel: I believe you are caught up in this CS2 issue:
It just occurred to me that it may be worth trying to follow the first link in the thread mentioned,
and hope that GoLive 9 is included although unmentioned.